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Dennis Wegewijs
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With the GWT +Google Maps API of +Brandon Donnelson and the usage of +Google Cloud Platform Fusion Tables, +Cycling the Alps released the mobile version of the website.
 
The mobile version of Cycling the Alps has just been released.
Explore over 750 climbs with
- Google Maps
- Street View tours
- Interactive profiles
- 3D profiles
- Pictures
- Video's
- Hyperlapse video's

Also use the geo location button in the upper right corner to see the climbs nearby your location.
http://m.cyclingthealps.com/
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#giro
The final of the +Giro d'Italia
Street View tour of Monte Zoncolan 1750m part of …: http://youtu.be/UxowMQ1W5M4
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Mmm, ik trek mijn hoopvolle woorden achteraf toch maar weer in. De minste editie van alle 5 tot nu toe. Jammer, maar het kan niet altijd feest zijn (al denken sommige dwazen ter plekke van wel....)
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Routes and climbs of the +Giro d'Italia can be explored with Cycling the Alps.
 
#giro   #giro2014  
The five greatest climbs of the 2014 +Giro d'Italia  
Number 5 the Passo di Gavia which will be cycled in stage 16.
- Length: 16.5km
- Vertical Elevation: 1320m
- Summit at 2618m
- Average Grade 8.0%
- Max Grade 16%
Explore the pass with:
1. Street View tour.
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#gavia-pass-streetview-reverse
2. 3D profile:
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#gavia-pass-veloviewer-reverse
3. Google Earth Tour
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#gavia-pass-tour-reverse
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Hi everybody,

I have a small problem and maybe one of you have quick answer for it.

I am facing the problem that on my appengine site the Adsense works perfectly fine, see below on the map.
http://172.passesversionthree.appspot.com/

But on www.cyclingthealps.com it throws the following error and not displaying the add. (F12)

Refused to display 'http://maps.google.com/maps/stk/lc?client=ca-pub-3877595695892478&lc_format…73%2Cbiw%3A1600%2Cbih%3A799%2Cvis%3A1%2Cfu%3A0%2Cjs%3Auds%2Ceid%3A37464000' in a frame because it set 'X-Frame-Options' to 'SAMEORIGIN'.



Any thoughts?
Explore each pass of the Alps with interactive profiles, street view tours, Google earth tours, route details, pictures and video’s. All the routes of the Tour de France, Giro d’Italia, Vuelta a Espana and much more UCI word tour races are completely mapped. Discover the routes and all the mountain climbs in an amazing user experience.
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With the Tour of Flanders (Ronde van Vlaanderen) coming up this weekend we have added an additional feature to explore the climb. You can now explore all the climbs of the Ronde with the 3D profile of veloviewer.
3D profile of the Paterberg.
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#paterberg-veloviewer
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Hi +Brandon Donnelson and +Joseph Lust 

Trying new things out for Cycling the Alps and I am stuck on the following problem.

The FusionTablesMapWidget in the showcase adds a fusion table layer to the map and when you click a marker from the layer the FusionTablesMouseMapEvent offers the possibility to get the data from the particular row from the fusion table.
"String json = event.getRowAsJson();"

Now in FireFox this works:

But in Chrome the method returns "NO SOURCE"

Any thoughts?
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#tdf   the routes of the Tour de France 2014 have been added.
You can now explore the routes and all the climbs with +Google Maps +Google Earth
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#tour-de-france-2014-stages
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Routes and climbs of the +Giro d'Italia can be explored on Cycling the Alps.
 
#giro   #giro2014  
The five greatest climbs of the 2014 +Giro d'Italia  
Number 4 the Cima Grappa which will be cycled in stage 19.
- Length: 19.3km
- Vertical Elevation: 1538m
- Summit at 1712m
- Average Grade 8.0%
- Max Grade 14%
Explore the pass with:
1. Street View tour.
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#cima-grappa-streetview
2. 3D profile:
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#cima-grappa-veloviewer
3. Google Earth Tour
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#cima-grappa-tour
4. Interactive Profile
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#cima-grappa-profile
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Introducing the new pass dialog which shows a lot more information about the pass. At a glance you can now see from both sides:
- pass starting point
- distance
- elevation gain
- average precentage
- maximum precentage

Also the features are devided in climb specific features and general features.
The first pass that comes with the new dialog is the Furka Pass (2429m) check it out.
http://www.cyclingthealps.com/#furkapass

The picture in the pass dialog has been made by +Dan Patitucci from Patitucci Photo.
You will find much more pictures of him on the website.
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Nice improvement!
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Creator of Cycling the Alps and Product Specialist Kofax
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  • Kofax
    Senior Product Specialist, 2010 - present
  • Cycling the Alps
    Owner, 2010 - present
  • SAP AG
    Solution Manager, 2004 - 2007
  • Ifb AG
    Consultant, 2004 - 2007
  • Productivity Engineering
    Application Engineer, 2007 - 2010
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Cycling the Alps
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This is what I love to do Cycling the Alps and this is the Android version of it.

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Cycle all the paved passes of the Alps and making a great web application out of it.
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    Technical Computer Science, 1997 - 2001
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